Amanda Knox spent nearly four years in an Italian prison following her conviction for the murder of her roommate. Now exonerated, she describes how media coverage about her at the time made her feel.
: Exonerated of murder by Italy’s highest court after years in prison, Amanda Knox talks about the trauma of being falsely convicted and the difficulty of reintegrating into free society.
Music Executive and Innocence Project board member Jason Flom tells Dr. Phil why he started his “Wrongful Conviction” podcast, what he hopes it will accomplish, and what he says are the leading causes of wrongful conviction.
After her arrest for murder 2007, Amanda Knox says she was interrogated a total of 53 hours over five days, hit and screamed at by Italian investigators. She was wrongfully convicted of murdering her roommate.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted Rodney Reed an indefinite stay of execution just five days before he was scheduled to die. The case is being sent back to the trial court. Dr. Phil speaks on public support for the death row inmate.
Dr. Phil is joined by Amanda Knox and Jason Flom in a Facebook Live to discuss updates on the Rodney Reed case.
Dr. Phil announces significant movement in the fight to save death row inmate Rodney Reed’s life.
The death of a Texas police officer during the investigation into the murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites was ruled a suicide. His brother is adamant he didn’t kill himself.